Great Migration Live Update – 05 March 2018
Migration Monday Update
Safari guide Empaps Meshack Sayialel, captured an incredible moment of a wobbly newborn wildebeest learning how to walk soon after birth. The mother was seen panting and struggling on her side as she went intolabour– which normally lasts 30-minutes to anhour in theOlare near Porini Lion Camp.
Safari guideBaraka Willium captured the herds from theLemala Ewanjan, in the central Serengeti.
The herds are also scattered in the Rongai towards the Sopa Serengeti, following the rain storm in the Central Serengeti.
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